Ghostwriting: Your Questions Answered
Many people feel they have a story to tell or an experience to share. But time is precious and not everyone can make the words sing on the page. But there are people who can make the whole experience hassle-free. A ghostwriter will do all the work while you get all the credit. Some common questions about the ghostwriting process are answered below.
Why do I need one?
How does ghostwriting work?
Will the ghostwriter steal my idea?
Who gets the credit for my finished book?
How much does ghostwriting cost?
What does a ghostwriter's fee cover?
How long will it take to ghostwrite my material?
What about publication?
How do I know the ghostwriter is experienced?
See you in print!
Sharon Hurley Hall is a freelance writer, ghostwriter and editor. Sharon worked in publishing for 18 years, writing articles and editing and designing books and magazines. She has also lectured on journalism. For more information or to contact Sharon, visit http://www.doublehdesign.com/
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